A PUB has been given a new look.
And licensees Sally Bateman and Richard Morris can be sure the regulars approve - because they suggested the improvements.
The Waggon and Horses at Outlane has undergone a £150,000 refit.
Business partners Sally and Richard, who manage the pub for owner Enterprise Inns, carried out a customer survey before starting the work.
They left a comment book on the bar for locals to jot down their suggestions.
Sally said: "The response from customers was to keep the traditional feel.
"So the building's design remains the same, but with the addition of comfortable seating in the snug areas, a games room with pool table and a separate dining area."
She said: "We feel the Waggon and Horses is the community's pub and Richard and I are just looking after it for them.
"The redecoration has given the pub a new lease of life and the customers are very impressed with our efforts."
Richard said: "The pub was a bit of a mess when we arrived, although we did quite well for custom.
"Now it has been refurbished we have got all the old regulars, as well as some new faces."
The partners took over at the Waggon and Horses last December after managing another Enterprise pub in Colchester, Essex.
Richard has 20 years' experience in the pub trade, rising from part-time barman to manager and working in pubs, including ones in Baildon and Bingley.
The Waggon and Horses is one of 5,300 pubs owned by Enterprise Inns. The company is based in Solihull, West Midlands.